English: Dojoji Temple
Synonyms: Doujouji Temple, Dojoji
PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
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SynopsisBased on an ancient legend, Dojoji Temple tells the story of a young priest who finds himself the object of intense infatuation and lust from a young woman. As he rebuffs her advances she becomes more and more desperate eventually turning herself into a gigantic serpent. The priest is hidden under the bell of the temple but the woman's passion is so intense that escape is impossible.
A short animation from filmmaker Kihachiro Kawamoto. This film utilizes both stop motion and standard animation techniques.
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Same director, animation type, and story telling method.
Both are based n a legend/fairy tale. Both are historical and supernatural. Done by the same director, the have the same style of storytelling. Both are stop-motion anime done with dolls. While Dojoji Temple is based on japanese legend, Ibara-Hime mata wa Nemuri-Hime is based on european fairy tale.
Both anime were created by the same director and have similar animation. Both are based on folklore and fairy tales, and tell the story of a forbidden love. They create a similar atmosphere.
The events of both anime are set in the same era.
The character designs are similar, especially their clothing.
They are both based on Japanese folklore.
The main characters of both anime reject their suitors.
Both are short animated films by Kihachiro Kawamoto. Both are based on old legends, so they both have similar historic backgrounds, as well as similar mythological creatures, such as demons or giant serpents. Both are animated using dolls and stop-motion animation. The method of storytelling is also quite similar, as well as the mood and atmosphere they create.
- Same director
- Same type of storytelling
- Same kind of stop-motion animation using dolls
- Both are based on folklore
- Both create a similar mood
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